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And as I'm heading back down the track, he's my latest shot at this! I'll absolutely redo the camel if needed, given it's got half its snout sliced off. Anything helps!
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Fell off the wagon, getting back on; here we go! Feel like the pear went better this time, though the portrait took a redo; I noticed some spacing issues during the first run. As always, anything helps!
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This one ended up being trickier than I thought it'd be, so I'm definitely going to give the demos a watch while I wait for critique and to prep what will likely be a second pass at the assignment. I sadly don't have much more to say than that.
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Alright! Finally got these done. Fell off the wagon, but I'm slowly rolling again! This one was much slower paced than I thought it would be. Line control, especially when it comes to the lightness of a line, is something that I still struggle with, to the point where on the paper-and-graphite rhino I had to go back and apply an eraser to some lines just to get the lightness I wanted. I do feel, though, that it was with graphite where I had better results, likely because the digital realm is where I'm still wading around and getting my bearings. As always, any advice helps!
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Both the Trace the Ruler and Pressure Control exercises ended up being more challenging than I thought they'd be. Definitely going to need to run both of those more often when warming up.
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Another truncated attempt at the bean on both a handful of poses from the demo videos, as well as some poses found on other reference sites (the rest of my attempts are spread out amongst the demos; made the mistake of posting them there rather than here.) I'm still having some trouble figuring out how to determine which oval overlaps the other (though I started to see that it has at least something to do with proximity to the viewer), as well as the path the center line takes in figures with a greater amount of twist to them. As always, any help is appreciated!
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This ended up going a little sideways the further into the project I got. The hand and arm were the trickiest, but still cleaner compared to the VR girl, where my lines got more insecure and scratchy the longer I spent on it. If need be, I'll run this back with some new references or take a shot at the level 2 project. Thanks again for all your input!
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This ended up being a lot trickier than I expected it to be. The hardest part was remembering to keep an eye on proportion while trying to simplify things, as it was easy to take notice of what kind of line to use and completely forget how long or intense to make certain parts of the curve. Following critique, I'll definitely take a crack at level 2 if it's recommended before moving on to the next lesson. Thanks!
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Alright, so I decided to do two things differently, since I have the premium course now. The first was to redo this assignment with a different produce since I'd already done the pears, and the second was to try my hand at the simplified portrait as a means of challenging myself. I feel that neither went particularly well, though, but I'm gonna keep moving to the next lesson while I'm waiting for any feedback. Many thanks!
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I can FEEL that something's off, but I'm having trouble figuring out what it is. I don't know if it's the lack of triangles/prisms (as can be seen in the thumbnail of the critique video) or something else entirely, but compared to examples in the video, the breakdowns feels incredibly stiff (though that ultimately may be the point.) Am I doing this right?
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And that’s foreshortening! Definitely gonna have to go back and watch that section again because this went poorly. And advice is appreciated!
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Back with more beans! This one proved particularly tricky, so I'm probably gonna go back to the original video and watch the section on the twist after I go through the foreshortening demo. I've been using the models from the video, but have avoided copying Proko's example and have instead tried adapting based on his results in an attempt to notice any mistakes in my work.
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Hey! Here's my Tilt and Lean beans based on the figures from the video (minus that last one; didn't see it coming.) My biggest problem is knowing which bean will end up overlapping the other, as I feel like that informs whether or not the bean itself ends up being accurate to the figure. If there's anything else I'm missing, lemme know!
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Howdy! Gesture's something I've got experience in, but still struggle with for a number of reasons (i.e. trying to do everything at once, a lack of developed knowledge on drawing fundamentals, etc.), so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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I don’t have the premium version of this course, so I’m getting by on intuition as best I can. If I DO end up getting the premium course soon, however, I’ll gladly either redo the pears digitally or try my hand at the portrait. Many thanks!
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